Kenney, James F.





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Kenney, James F., “Chapter VI: The expansion of Irish Christianity”, in: Kenney, James F., The sources for the early history of Ireland: an introduction and guide. Volume 1: ecclesiastical, Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies 11, Revised ed. (1929), New York: Octagon, 1966. 486–621.

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“The expansion of Irish Christianity”
Section
Chapter VI
Pages
486–621
Year
1966
“(The expansion of Irish Christianity from the seventh to the twelfth century)”
Bibliography and introduction
486–489
[I] “Irish influences in the Merovingian dominions in the seventh century”
489–499
[II] “Perrona Scottorum, and the Irish in Picardy and Flanders”
500–510
[III] “The Irish missionaries in south-western Germany”
511–515
[IV] “The abbey of Bobbio”
515–516
[V] “Irish influences in continental Europe in the eighth century”
517–529
[VI] “Irish scholars in the Carolingian Empire under Charles the Great and Louis the Pious”
CharlemagneCharlemagne
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Louis the PiousLouis the Pious
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530–538
[338] “Life of Charles the Great, by Einhard A.D. 817 x 836”
EinhardEinhard
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CharlemagneCharlemagne
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532–533
[339] “The history of Charles the Great (De gestis Karoli Magni) by the monk of St Gall”
CharlemagneCharlemagne
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533
[340] “Correspondence and poems of Alcuin”
AlcuinAlcuin
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CharlemagneCharlemagne
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534–535
[341] “Josephus Scottus: Poems A.D. 782 x 796”
Josephus ScottusJosephus Scottus
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536
[342] “Theodulf, bishop of Orleans: Poem to Charles the Great A.D. 796”
Theodulf of OrléansTheodulf of Orléans
(d. 821)
Bishop of Orléans (c.798?–818), biblical scholar, author and poet, Born in Visigothic Spain, he became one of the leading figures in the Carolingian church reforms during the reigns of Louis the Pious and Charlemagne.
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536–537
[343] “Letter from Benedict of Aniane to Gisarnarius”
Benedict of AnianeBenedict of Aniane
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GisarnariusGisarnarius
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537
[344] “Texts related to Clemens Scottus”
Clemens ScottusClemens Scottus
(fl.c. 814–826)
(Scottus/Scotus), Irish peregrinus, grammarian and teacher active at the court of Louis the Pious.
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537–538
[—] “Dungal of St.-Denis”
Dúngal of Saint-Denis and PaviaDúngal of Saint-Denis and Pavia
(d. after 827/828)
Irish scholar, teacher and poet known for his career on the continent, who was associated with Saint-Denis, Pavia and Bobbio.
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538–542
[345] “Charles the Great: Letter to Dungal”
Manuscripts: Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, MS 9587 
CharlemagneCharlemagne
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Dúngal of Saint-Denis and PaviaDúngal of Saint-Denis and Pavia
(d. after 827/828)
Irish scholar, teacher and poet known for his career on the continent, who was associated with Saint-Denis, Pavia and Bobbio.
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[346] “Dungal: Letters”
Dúngal of Saint-Denis and PaviaDúngal of Saint-Denis and Pavia
(d. after 827/828)
Irish scholar, teacher and poet known for his career on the continent, who was associated with Saint-Denis, Pavia and Bobbio.
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[347] “Dungal's reply to Claudius, bishop of Turin A.D. 827”
Dúngal of Saint-Denis and PaviaDúngal of Saint-Denis and Pavia
(d. after 827/828)
Irish scholar, teacher and poet known for his career on the continent, who was associated with Saint-Denis, Pavia and Bobbio.
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540
[348] “Poems of Dungal of St.-Denis”
(i) Poems attributed to Dungal; (ii) Poems attributed to ‘Hibernicus exul’
Dúngal of Saint-Denis and PaviaDúngal of Saint-Denis and Pavia
(d. after 827/828)
Irish scholar, teacher and poet known for his career on the continent, who was associated with Saint-Denis, Pavia and Bobbio.
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540–541
[349] “Verses from St.-Denis”
Dúngal of Saint-Denis and PaviaDúngal of Saint-Denis and Pavia
(d. after 827/828)
Irish scholar, teacher and poet known for his career on the continent, who was associated with Saint-Denis, Pavia and Bobbio.
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541–542
[350] “Verses addressed to an abbot named Dungal”
542
[—] “Smaragdus of St.-Mihiel”
Smaragdus of Saint-MihielSmaragdus of Saint-Mihiel
(fl. 805–825/26)
Benedictine abbot of the monastery of Saint-Mihiel; scholar. Earlier scholarship suggested that he was of Irish or insular origin, or had spent time in an insular monastery, but more recent views favour a southern, perhaps Visigothic, background.
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542–544
[351] “Writings of Smaragdus”
543–544
[—] “Dicuil”
DícuilDícuil
(fl. c. 795–825)
Irishman who joined the scholarly community of Charlemagne’s court
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545–553
[352] “Verses De arte grammatica
545–546
[353] “Treatise on astronomy”
546
[354] “Treatise on geography (Liber de mensura orbis terrae)”
546–548
[355] “Puzzle problems of the schools [i-vii]”
548–549
[356] “Texts relating to the Irish monk Macarius [i-ii]”
549–550
[357] “Lothair: Constitutiones Olonnenses
Dúngal of Saint-Denis and PaviaDúngal of Saint-Denis and Pavia
(d. after 827/828)
Irish scholar, teacher and poet known for his career on the continent, who was associated with Saint-Denis, Pavia and Bobbio.
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550
[358] “Irish associations of Walahfrid Strabo”
Walahfrid StraboWalahfrid Strabo
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550–551
[359] “Verses by Colmán to Colmán”
551
[360] Ars Malsachani
551–552
[361] “Cruindmel: On metre”
552–553
[362] “Anonymous commentary on Donatus”
553
[VII] “The circle of Sedulius”
Bibliography; Introduction; Items 363–376.
Sedulius ScottusSedulius Scottus
No short description available
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553–569
[363] “The Bamberg cryptogram”
[364] “Manuscripts from the circle of Sedulius”
(i) The Leyden Priscian; (ii) The St. Gall Priscian; (iii) The Greek Psalter of Sedulius; (iv) The Basel Psalter; (v) Codex Sangallensis 48; (vi) Codex Boernerianus 365; (vii) Codex Bernensis; postscript.
Manuscripts: Leiden, University Library, MS BPL 67/1  • Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, MS Paris Bibl. de l'Arsenal 8407 Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, MS A VII 3  • St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 48  • Dresden, Sächsische Landesbibliothek, MS A 145 b Bern, Burgerbibliothek, MS 363 St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 904 
556
[365] “The poems of Sedulius Scottus”
A collection of 83 poems.
Manuscripts: Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, MS 10615-10729  • Metz, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 500 
Hartgar of LiègeHartgar of Liège
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Sedulius ScottusSedulius Scottus
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561
[366] “Verses from Leyden Priscian”
Charles the BaldCharles the Bald
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IrmintrudIrmintrud
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CarlomanCarloman
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BacchusBacchus
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WulfadWulfad
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John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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562
[367] “Poems from Codex Sangallensis 904”
562
[368] “Verses from Codex Sangallensis 48”
Manuscripts: St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 48 
563
[369] “Poems from Codex Bemensis 363”
563
[370] “Poem by Dungal”
Manuscripts: Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 14743 
563
[371] “The grammatical works of Sedulius: Commentary on Eutyches”
Manuscripts: Zürich, Zentralbibliothek, MS C 99  • Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 6411  • Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 7830 
563
[372] “Sedulius: On Christian rulers (Liber de rectoribus christianis)”
564
[373] “The theological writings of Sedulius”
(i) Collectaneum in omnes beati Pauli epislolas; (ii) Collectaneum in Mattheum; (iii) Explanations of the arguments and other matter prefixed to the gospels;
Manuscripts: Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 9545  • Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 6238  • Zürich, Zentralbibliothek, MS Rhen. 72 
565
[374] “The miscellaneous Kollektaneum of Sedulius”
Manuscripts: Bernkastel-Kues, Bibliothek des St. Nikolaus-Hospitals, MS 52 
566
[376] “Sedulius: De graeca
Manuscripts: St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 292 
568
[376] “Letter on the translation of the Psalter into Latin”
Manuscripts: Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 343 
569
[VIII] “Johannes Eriugena and the Irish colony of Laon and Reims”
Bibliography; Introduction; 377. Dunchad; (i) Computistical notes ... 398. Psilotrum; postscript
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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569–589
[377] “Dunchad”
Dúnchad of ReimsDúnchad of Reims
Dunchad of Reims
Irish teacher and scholar at Reims known from a stray leaf in London, BL, MS Royal 15 A xxxiii, where his name is written as Duncaht and a commentary on Martianus Capella is attributed to him.
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573–574
[378] “Johannes Eriugena: Extracts from Macrobius (Excerpta Macrobii de differentiis et societatibus graeci latinique verbi)”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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Taken from:
[379] “Johannes Eriugena: Commentary on Martianus Capella”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[380] “Translation of the Solutiones of Lydius Priscus”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[381] “Johannes Eriugena: On predestination”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[382] “Prudentius: On predestination, in reply to Johannes Scottus”
Prudentius [bishop of Troyes]Prudentius ... bishop of Troyes
(d. 861)
Bishop of Troyes, theologian and historian. He was born in Spain and became active at the Frankish court in the time of Louis the Pious. In response to Hincmar and Eriugena, he wrote treatises on the doctrine of predestination.
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John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[383] “Florus: Book against Johannes Scottus”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[384] “Remigius of Lyons: Book on the three epistles”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[385] “Council of Valence AD 855; Council of Langres AD 859”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[386] “Johannes Eriugena: Translation of the works of Dionysius the Areopagite”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[387] “Pope Nicholas I: Letter to King Charles the Bald”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[388] “Anastastius: Letter to Charles the Bald”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[389] “Johannes Eriugena: Commentary on Dionysius the Areopagite”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[390] “Johannes Eriugena: Translation of the Ambigua of Maximus Confessor”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[391] “Johannes Eriugena: περί φύσεων μερισμοῦ, id est, De divisione naturae
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[392] “Johannes Eriugena: Commentary on the Opuscula sacra of Boethius”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[393] “Life of Boethius”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[394] “Homily on the prologue to the Gospel of St John, attributed to John Scottus Eriugena”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[395] “Johannnes Eriugena: Commentary on the Gospel of St John. Four fragments”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[396] “Commentary on the Old Testament attributed to Johannes Eriugena”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[397] “The poems of Johannes Eriugena”
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[398] Psilotrum
John Scottus EriugenaJohn Scottus Eriugena
(fl 9th century)
Irish scholar and theologian who had been active as a teacher at the palace school of Charles the Bald.
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[—] “Martinus Hiberniensis”
Martin of LaonMartin of Laon
(819–875)
Martianus Hiberniensis, Martin Scottus
Irish scholar and teacher at the cathedral school at Laon.
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589–594
[IX] “The abbey of St Gall”
594–600
[X] “Other records of the Irish in continental Europe in the ninth century”
600–604
[XI] “The Irish abroad in the tenth, eleventh and twelfth centuries”
605–621
[424] “The Irish at Glastonbury”
AsserAsser
(d. c.908/909)
monk of St David’s and later, bishop of Sherborne; author of a contemporary Life of King Alfred.
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William of MalmesburyWilliam of Malmesbury
(d. in or after 1142)
Anglo-Norman monk of the Benedictine foundation at Malmesbury, known as a historian, scholar and hagiographer.
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[425] “History of the monastery of Waulsort s. XII-XIII”
[426] “Charter to the monastery of Waulsort, Sept. 19 AD 946”
[427] “Life of John Gorzien, by John of Metz, AD 980”
John of GorzeJohn of Gorze
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John of Saint-ArnoulJohn of Saint-Arnoul
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[428] “Life of St. Cadroe, by Reimann or Ousmann”
Cathróe of MetzCathróe of Metz
(fl. 10th c.)
Scottish monk and pilgrim saint who became abbot of Waulsort and later Saint Felix at Metz.
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[429] “Life of St Forannan, by Robert of Waulsort”
[430] “Life of St Bruno, by Ruotger”
Israel the GrammarianIsrael the Grammarian
(fl. c.900–c.970)
Tenth-century teacher, scholar and poet. He had been a student of John Scottus Eriugena, spent time at the court of King Æthelstan, found a new patron in Rotbert, archbishop of Trier, and became tutor to Bruno, brother of Otto I and later archbishop of Cologne. Breton, Welsh and Irish origins have been variously ascribed to him, with the Breton hypothesis currently finding most favour in scholarship.
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[431] “Life of St Gérard of Toul, by Widric”
[432] “Life of Adalbero II, bishop of Metz, by Constantine”
[433] “Otto III: charter to the monastery of St Symphorian at Metz”
[434] “History of the bishops of Verdun (Gesta episcoporum Virdunensium)”
[435] “Life of Richard, abbot of St. Vannes in Verdun”
[436] “Hugh of Flavigny: Chronicon Virdunense seu Flaviniacense”
[437] Carmen Metiense
[438] “Moriuht, Irish poet of Rouen”
Texts: Moriuht
[439] “Catalogue of the abbots of St. Martin of Cologne”
[440] “Life of St Colmán”
Colmán of MelkColmán of Melk
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[441] “Life of St Anatolius”
[442] “Bishop John of Ireland”
[443] “Chronicle of Marianus Scottus”
Marianus Scottus of RegensburgMarianus Scottus of Regensburg
(d. 1080 x 1083)
Marianus of Ratisbon, Muiredach mac Robartaig
Irish scribe, who founded the Irish monastic community at Regensburg (Ratisbon) in Bavaria, the first of the Schottenklöster to be founded in southern Germany.
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[444] “Life of Marianus, abbot of Ratibon”
Marianus Scottus of RegensburgMarianus Scottus of Regensburg
(d. 1080 x 1083)
Marianus of Ratisbon, Muiredach mac Robartaig
Irish scribe, who founded the Irish monastic community at Regensburg (Ratisbon) in Bavaria, the first of the Schottenklöster to be founded in southern Germany.
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[445] “Copy of the Epistles of St Paul, by Marianus Scotttus (Codex Vindobonensis 1247)”
Marianus Scottus of RegensburgMarianus Scottus of Regensburg
(d. 1080 x 1083)
Marianus of Ratisbon, Muiredach mac Robartaig
Irish scribe, who founded the Irish monastic community at Regensburg (Ratisbon) in Bavaria, the first of the Schottenklöster to be founded in southern Germany.
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[446] “Life of Bishop Silaus of Lucca”
[447] “Sermon by Dermatius”
[448] “David Scottus”
[449] “Irish books in mediaeval literature”